Continental vs. Analytic Philosophy and the Irrationality of this Division
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There are two main approaches to philosophy that make up philosophical discourse: continental and analytic. Analytic philosophy is concerned with true/false premises, and continental philosophy is concerned with how things came to be, without relying specifically on logic. Although philosophy started out uniformly, over time the analytic school of philosophy and the continental school of philosophy started to regard itself as being separate. This led to animosity and outright disrespect for each other. Because of this, continental and analytic philosophy have become separate playing fields where ...